Henrich, Joseph and Ensminger, Jean and McElreath, Richard and Barr, Abigail and Barrett, Clark and Bolyanatz, Alexander and Cardenas, Juan Camilo and Gurven, Michael and Gwako, Edwins and Henrich, Natalie and Lesorogol, Carolyn and Marlowe, Frank and Tracer, David and Ziker, John (2010) Response—Evolution of Fairness. Science, 329 (5990). pp. 389-390. ISSN 0036-8075 http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20100809-121356100
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Our Research Article does not argue that elements of an evolved social psychology are unimportant, as Baumard et al. suggest. Nor do we believe, as Delton et al. propose, that purely genetically evolved mechanisms, rooted in kinship and reciprocity, are sufficient to account for the massive expansion of cooperation in the past 10 millennia and the diversity of human sociality. We argue that understanding this expansion requires the integration of work on both cultural and genetic evolution.
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